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Company: Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Venue: Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
Category: Visual Arts
4-31 May, 2 June 09:00 Free, non-ticketed [9hrs]
An average of two children in every classroom are affected by asthma. A child’s genetics can decide how effective their medicine is and the search is on for the right matches. This art/science exhibition by BSMS students and artists explores personalised medicine, genetics, asthma, and child heath; investigating new research that demonstrates how genetics impacts the effectiveness of medicine.
Company: Fourword Productions
Venue: Marlborough Theatre
23-27 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]
Lost somewhere between love and lust; a man, a boy, a couple, a teacher and his student. Three separate, yet suggestively interlinked, stories explore how love can transcend sexual boundaries. “Between is very engaging, fast paced and SEXY... theatre that explores aspects of male sexuality rarely seen so honestly.”
Company: PROUD CABARET BRIGHTON
Venue: Proud Cabaret Brighton
16, 23 May, 6, 13, 20, 27 June, 4, 11, 18, 25 July 19:00 £10 (£24 Ticket and meal) [7hrs]
What the night may entail…Embrace the forbidden at Proud Cabaret with the arrival of are experiential burlesque dinner and show, 50 Shades of Cabaret.Reversing the power balance, Proud Cabaret will be playing master to your servant; so make sure you check your inhibitions into the cloakroom before plunging into this fetish fantasy land.
Company: Terry Garoghan / Baldy Productions
Venue: Komedia Studio
6, 13, 20, 27 May 21:00 £10 [1hr15mins]
1,700 fans packed The Dome last year to say farewell, after 16years, to 'Brighton the Musical'. Now Terry returns with a cabaretabout his old mate The Devil. True stories, total fibs, 13 songs and the amazing cello of angelic Miss Angie Wilson.'The mutual affection Terry shares with his audience is remarkable.'(The Argus)
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